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$15 for $35 Worth of Korean Cuisine at Stone Korean Kitchen

Financial District

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In a Nutshell

  • Inspired Korean classics
  • Ssam for two on the menu
  • Convenient downtown location
  • Casual, inviting environment

The Fine Print

Promotional value expires Jan 1, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 3 per person. Limit of 1 per table, 2 for tables of 4 or more. Tax and gratuity not included. Not valid Happy Hour or with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

The first kitchen was a mossy stone, warmed by the sub-atomic particles from a time machine that stranded travelers from the future, who then launched human civilization with a stone kitchen. Keep the tradition alive with today's deal: for $15, you get $35 worth of Korean cuisine for dinner at Stone Korean Kitchen downtown.

Stone's proprietors set out to share Korean dishes inspired by their families' familiar recipes. All food is prepared in-house, including dumplings made by hand every morning and kalbi marinated overnight, every night. Warm up appetites for dinner with Stone fried chicken wings tossed in a house sauce ($7) or crispy tofu, fried and served with a sweet garlic soy sauce ($5). Entrees are as plentiful and diverse as a raging Technicolor snowstorm. Try the hwae dup bap, the local fish of the day served sashimi style with tobiko, fresh greens, and veggies over steamed rice ($14.50). Noodles swim in the ja jang myun's bean sauce, served with pork, zucchini, onions, and cucumbers ($10.50). Keeping in line with traditional values, Stone Korean Kitchen's chefs use only the freshest local produce and highest-quality meats.

Stone provides a laid-back environment for indulging Korean comfort-food dishes and wine, sake, and soju or Korean, Japanese, and international beers. The restaurant features granite tabletops and floor-to-ceiling windows that overlook the Embarcadero and Ferry Building, providing a view dominated only by colorful dishes served in steaming heaps. So lean back and enjoy a meal prepared with mother-style care and attention to detail exactly unlike the care of a bird mother who pre-digests the family meal.

Reviews

Foodies at both Thrillist and Beyond Koreanfornian Cooking praise Stone's home-style Korean entrees, while Yelpers give the restaurant 3.5 stars.

  • Affordable small plates range from the seafood pa jun (savory pancake with squid, shrimp, and scallions), to crispy/sweet/spicy rice cakes with sesame seeds, to the signature Stone wings fried in a tangy "special sauce" -- which needed extra attention, so it was reared in a small, private facility, by an extra patient saucemaker. – Thrillist
  • There were several packages of kimbap — one of my favorites — stacked at the front desk just inside the front door. How could I resist? The marinated beef, pickled daikon radish, egg and garlic-marinated spinach rolls were some of the best kimbap I’ve had in a long time. – Beyond Koreanfornian Cooking
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    Financial District

    4 Embarcadero Center

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    San Francisco, California 94111

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